The new Center for Secured Microelectronics Ecosystem builds on a partnership with Taiwan-based TSMC.
Nuclear power plants generate 20 percent of the nation’s electricity.
Secure multiparty computation work could do this and more.
Inaugural hypersonics conference advances transformational defense
Teams are researching renewable energy and intelligent autonomous.
The NASA Cislunar Initiative aims to take a leadership role in space access.
The RETH institute will focus on resilience and autonomy.
Thirteen astronauts were honored during Homecoming weekend.
Record-breaking contributions grow enrollment, research and innovation.
Purdue Engineering sets a new record for gifts received
Dean Mung Chiang has a mission to visit alumni around the world
Complex will feature project-based instructional laboratories, design studios, collaborative spaces, virtual labs and a student success center, among innovative spaces.
Plans include construction or renovation of 17 different College of Engineering buildings.
New U.S. manufacturing operation will support production of the Air Force's next generation T-X jet trainer.
A 100,000-square-foot facility for electric power research will provide new high-tech jobs.
The launch of a new 5G hub will drive the testing and development of 5G-enabled technologies.
The company will build a faster street-legal auto at Purdue’s Discovery Park District.
Center will develop cutting edge technology to reduce athletes' injuries, improve performance and more.
New affordable online master’s programs will begin in 2020.
Awards recognize outstanding scholarly achievements.
Initiative expands undergraduate learning beyond the classroom.
Selected students will receive scholarship funding.
College marks 50 years of encouraging, supporting, connecting, and enriching.
A unique partnership leverages the strengths of two premier institutions.
Initiatives in Data and Engineering Applications, Autonomous and Connected Systems, and Innovation and Making
Each Purdue Engineering Initiative (PEI) is a virtual organizational.
MOOCs (massive open online courses) have revolutionized not just how.
The program brings highly accomplished and recognized scholars to the College.
A transformational gift was made by alumnus Ernest Gambaro (BSAE ’60, MSAE ’61) and his wife Monica.
(PEIS) are a set of experiments that will further strengthen selected areas that are critical for an engineering college in the next decades.